ASVEL Basket known as ASVEL or sometimes as ASVEL Lyon-Villeurbanne, known as LDLC ASVEL for sponsorship reasons, is a French professional basketball team, located in the city of Villeurbanne, a suburb of Lyon, France. The club, the basketball section of the ASVEL multi-sports club, competes in the top-tier level French Pro A League; the club's home games are played at L'Astroballe. In 2014, Tony Parker became the president of the club. In 2017, Nicolas Batum became the club's director of basketball operations. On September 11, 2018, the club changed its name to LDLC ASVEL for sponsorship reasons. Along with this change, the club changed its main colors from green to white; the decision was made with the explanation that, "when you are European, green is a colour that does not make you dream", was followed by criticism from fans. The new logo, used since 2018, consists of the number four, which refers to ASVEL legend Alain Gilles, while keeping the V, used in the previous logo; the parent club was founded with the merger of two multi-sport clubs in Lyon and vicinity.
In its history, ASVEL has won 18 French Pro A League championships, 8 French Cups, two French Supercups, one French Federation Cup, one Semaine des As Cup, which makes it the most titled basketball club in France. In 2014, former San Antonio Spurs star, former senior French national team player, Tony Parker, became the club's president. In the French Pro A League 2015–16 season, ASVEL won its 18th French League title, after beating Strasbourg IG 3 games to 2 in the French Pro A League Finals. ASVEL won three games in a row to take the championship. In March 2017, NBA player, Nicolas Batum, became a shareholder in Infinity Nine Sports, the main investment company behind the club, took over the position as director of basketball operations. Tony Parker remained majority owner, ASVEL President. In 2018, the club signed a 10 year name sponsorship agreement with LDLC; the club changed its main team colors from the original white and green to white and black, changed its main logo design. L'Astroballe, with a seating capacity of 5,556 has been used as the long-time home arena of ASVEL.
In July 2016, ASVEL announced that it would build a new multi-functional arena, with a seating capacity of 10,500 spectators. The arena is projected to cost €60 million euros. French LeagueWinners: 1948–49, 1949–50, 1951–52, 1954–55, 1955–56, 1956–57, 1963–64, 1965–66, 1967–68, 1968–69, 1970–71, 1971–72, 1974–75, 1976–77, 1980–81, 2001–02, 2008–09, 2015–16 Runners-up: 1953–54, 1958–59, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1998–99, 1999–00, 2002–03French CupWinners: 1952–53, 1956–57, 1964–65, 1966–67, 1995–96, 1996–97, 2000–01, 2007–08 Runners-up: 1953–54, 1954–55, 1958–59, 2001–02, 2015–16A Leaders CupWinners: 2010 Runners-up: 2017French Super CupWinners: 2009, 2016 Runners-up: 2008Federation Cup Winners: 1983–84 Runners-up: 1981–82 EuroLeagueSemifinalists: 1975–76, 1977–78 4th place: 1996–97 Final Four: 1997FIBA Saporta CupRunners-up: 1982–83 Semifinalists: 1984–85, 1986–87FIBA Korać CupSemifinalists: 1995–96Latin Cup3rd place: 1953, 1966 Season by season results of the club in national and European competitions.
Individual club record holders, while players of ASVEL. ASVEL players with the most French League championships won, while members of the club. LDLC Official Website Eurobasket.com Team Page Eurocupbasketball.com Team Page
Jiří Welsch is a Czech former professional basketball player for BK Pardubice of the Czech Republic National Basketball League. He has represented the senior Czech Republic national basketball team. Welsch has played in the National Basketball Association in the United States, having been drafted in 2002 by the Philadelphia 76ers. Welsch began his professional career as a teenager with BK JIP Pardubice of the Czech Republic League, where he played until 1998, he signed with CSA Sparta Prague of the Czech Republic League for the 1998–99 season, he moved to Union Olimpija Ljubljana of the Slovenian League, where he played until 2002. He was named the Slovenian League Most Valuable Player following the 2001–02 season campaign. Welsch was drafted by the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers with the 16th selection of the 2002 NBA draft, but he was traded to the Golden State Warriors for a future first-round draft pick and a future first- or second-round draft pick, he spent one season with the Warriors, averaging 1.6 points per game, 0.8 rebounds per game, 0.7 assists per game in 37 games in the 2002–03 season before he was traded to the Dallas Mavericks, along with Antawn Jamison, Chris Mills and Danny Fortson, in exchange for Evan Eschmeyer, Nick Van Exel, Avery Johnson, Popeye Jones and Antoine Rigaudeau on 18 August 2003.
Without playing a game for them, along with Mills, Raef LaFrentz and a lottery-protected 2004 NBA Draft pick, was traded by Dallas to the Boston Celtics on 20 October 2003 in exchange for Antoine Walker and Tony Delk. Welsch started 68 games for the Celtics in the 2003 -- 04 season. Welsch averaged 8.5 points, 3.2 rebounds, 2.0 assists per game in 136 games played in 2003–04 and 2004–05, while playing with the Celtics. On 24 February 2005, Welsch was traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers for a future 2007 first-round draft pick. On 28 June 2005, Welsch was traded by the Cavs to the Milwaukee Bucks for a 2006 second-round draft pick. In August 2006, Welsch decided to leave the NBA, he signed with the Spanish ACB league club Unicaja Málaga. After playing with Estudiantes Madrid, he signed a contract with Spirou Basket, of Belgium, in July 2011. In 2012, he signed with ČEZ Nymburk, he joined BK Pardubice in 2017. Welsch has been a member of the senior Czech Republic national basketball team, he played at the following EuroBasket tournaments: the 1999 EuroBasket, the 2007 EuroBasket, the 2013 EuroBasket, the 2015 EuroBasket, the 2017 EuroBasket.
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Yao Ming is a Chinese basketball executive and retired professional basketball player who played for the Shanghai Sharks of the Chinese Basketball Association and the Houston Rockets of the National Basketball Association. He was selected to start for the Western Conference in the NBA All-Star Game eight times, was named to the All-NBA Team five times. At the time of his final season, he was the tallest active player in the NBA, at 2.29 m. He is the only player from outside of the United States to lead the NBA in All-Star votes. Yao, born in Shanghai, started playing for the Shanghai Sharks as a teenager, played on their senior team for five years in the Chinese Basketball Association, winning a championship in his final year. After negotiating with the CBA and the Sharks to secure his release, Yao was selected by the Houston Rockets as the first overall pick in the 2002 NBA draft, he reached the NBA Playoffs four times, the Rockets won the first-round series in the 2009 postseason, their first playoff series victory since 1997.
In July 2011, Yao announced his retirement from professional basketball because of a series of foot and ankle injuries which forced him to miss 250 games in his last six seasons. In eight seasons with the Rockets, Yao ranks sixth among franchise leaders in total points and total rebounds, second in total blocks. Yao is one of China's best-known athletes, with sponsorships with several major companies, his rookie year in the NBA was the subject of a documentary film, The Year of the Yao, he co-wrote, along with NBA analyst Ric Bucher, an autobiography titled Yao: A Life in Two Worlds. In April 2016, Yao was elected into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, alongside Shaquille O'Neal and Allen Iverson. In February 2017, Yao was unanimously elected as chairman of Chinese Basketball Association. Yao is the only child of 6 ft 7 in Yao Zhiyuan and 6 ft 3 in Fang Fengdi, both of whom were former professional basketball players. At 11 pounds, Yao weighed more than twice as much as the average Chinese newborn.
When Yao was nine years old, he attended a junior sports school. The following year, Yao measured 5 feet 5 inches and was examined by sports doctors, who predicted he would grow to 7 feet 3 inches. Yao first tried out for the Shanghai Sharks junior team of the Chinese Basketball Association when he was thirteen years old, practiced ten hours a day for his acceptance. After playing with the junior team for four years, Yao joined the senior team of the Sharks, where he averaged 10 points and 8 rebounds a game in his rookie season, his next season was cut short when he broke his foot for the second time in his career, which Yao said decreased his jumping ability by four to six inches. The Sharks made the finals of the CBA in Yao's third season and again the next year, but lost both times to the Bayi Rockets; when Wang Zhizhi left the Bayi Rockets to become the first NBA player from China the following year, the Sharks won their first CBA championship. During the playoffs in his final year with Shanghai, Yao averaged 38.9 points and 20.2 rebounds a game, while shooting 76.6% from the field, made all 21 of his shots during one game in the finals.
Yao was pressured to enter the NBA draft in 1999 by Li Yaomin, the deputy general manager of the Shanghai Sharks. Li influenced Yao to sign a contract for Evergreen Sports Inc. to serve as his agent. The agreement entitled Evergreen to 33% of Yao's earnings, but the contract was determined to be invalid; when Yao decided to enter the 2002 NBA draft, a group of advisers was formed that came to be known as "Team Yao". The team consisted of Erik Zhang. Yao was predicted to be picked number one overall. However, some teams were concerned about Yao's NBA eligibility because of uncertainty over whether the CBA would let Yao play in the United States. Shortly after Wang Zhizhi refused to return to China to play for the national team and was subsequently banned from playing for China, the CBA stipulated that Yao would have to return to play for the national team, they said they would not let him go to the United States unless the Houston Rockets would take him first overall. After assurances from Team Yao that the Rockets would draft Yao with their number one pick, the CBA gave permission on the morning of the draft for Yao to play in the U.
S. When the Rockets selected Yao with the first pick of the draft, he became the first international player to be selected first overall without having played U. S. college basketball. Yao did not participate in the Rockets' pre-season training camp, instead playing for China in the 2002 FIBA World Championships. Before the season, several commentators, including Bill Simmons and Dick Vitale, predicted that Yao would fail in the NBA, Charles Barkley said he would "kiss ass" if Yao scored more than 19 points in one of his rookie-season games. Yao played his first NBA game against the Indiana Pacers, scoring no points and grabbing two rebounds, scored his first NBA basket against the Denver Nuggets. In his first seven games, he averaged only 14 minutes and 4 points, but on November 17, he scored 20 points on a perfect 9-of-9 from the field and 2-of-2 from the free-throw line against the Lakers. Barkley made good on his bet by kissing the buttock of a donkey purchased by Smith for the occasion. In Yao's first game in Miami on December 16, 2002, the Heat passed out 8,000 fortune cookies, an Asian cultural stereotype.
Marcus Deshon Haislip is an American former professional basketball player who last played for Gaziantep Basketbol of the Turkish Basketball Super League. Haislip attended Marshall County High School in Tennessee, he rose to prominence while playing college basketball with the University of Tennessee from 1999 to 2002. After college, he played for several seasons in the EuroLeague, he is listed at 6 ft 10 in and 230 lbs.. Haislip was selected by the Milwaukee Bucks as the 13th pick of the 2002 NBA Draft. During his rookie year Haislip was inserted into the starting line-up for the final nine games of the 2002–03 NBA season; when the playoffs started he was relegated to the bench. He remained a bench player with the Bucks for his first two seasons until being placed on waivers on November 4, 2004, he was signed by the Indiana Pacers during the 2004–05 season in order to fill the team's gap at power forward, due to the 15-game suspension of Jermaine O'Neal. He started playing for Ülkerspor in the 2005–06 season.
In March 2006, he left the team without authorization and returned to the United States due to "family issues", according to a teammate. He was selected to the BSL All-Star Game and participated in the Slam Dunk contest, which he won, he signed with Turkish Basketball League powerhouse Efes Pilsen in August 2006. Haislip returned to the U. S. with Pilsen in October 2006, when the team played a pair of exhibition games against NBA teams. Pilsen played the Denver Nuggets in Denver on October 11, played the Golden State Warriors in Oakland on October 13. Haislip added 9 rebounds against the Warriors. On July 13, 2007, Haislip signed with the Spanish ACB club Unicaja Málaga. Haislip was signed by the San Antonio Spurs of the NBA on July 8, 2009, he was waived by the Spurs after appearing in ten games for them. On January 24, 2010, Haislip signed with the Greek Basket League powerhouse Panathinaikos, he was released on April 16, 2010. In September 2010, he signed with the Spanish powerhouse Caja Laboral.
In December 2010, Caja Laboral opened disciplinary proceedings against Haislip because he left the city without permission from the club. He was suspended without pay; the contract was terminated by mutual consent on January 5, 2011. On January 13, 2011 he signed with the Guangdong Southern Tigers in China. In December 2011, he signed with the Foshan Dralions. In March 2012, he signed a two-month contract with Champville SC, became the highest paid foreigner in the history of the Lebanese Basketball League. Together with his teammate Fadi El Khatib, they won the Lebanese championship for their first time. Champville didn't renew his contract the following year. In September 2012, he joined the Dongguan Leopards of the Chinese Basketball Association for the 2012–13 season. For the next season he moved to Jiangsu Dragons. On November 24, 2014, Haislip signed a one-month deal with Club Africain of the Tunisian League. On December 24, 2014, he signed with Eskişehir Basket of Turkey for the rest of the season.
In December 2015, he signed with Türk Telekom for the rest of the 2015–16 season. In May 2016, he signed in China with the Guizhou White Tigers for the 2016 NBL season. In August 2016, Haislip signed with Turkish club Gaziantep Basketbol. Note: The EuroLeague is not the only competition in which the player participated for the team during the season, he played in domestic competition, regional competition if applicable. NBA.com Profile Euroleague.net Profile ACB.com Profile Eurobasket.com Profile
Jared Scott Carter Jeffries is a retired National Basketball Association player, the President of the eSports organization Echo Fox. He served as the Director of Player Personnel for the Denver Nuggets. Jeffries was drafted with the 11th overall pick of the 2002 NBA draft by the Washington Wizards, he played for the New York Knicks, Houston Rockets, Portland Trail Blazers before retiring in 2013. In college, Jeffries played for the Indiana University Hoosiers. At 6'11", he played at the forward and center positions. Before competing in the college ranks, Jeffries attended high school at Bloomington High School North, advancing to the Indiana High School Athletic Association basketball finals in 2000 before losing to Marion High School, led by current Sacramento Kings forward Zach Randolph. In his last two years in high school, one of his teammates was future North Carolina player Sean May. Jeffries was recognized as the 2000 Indiana Mr. Basketball. Jeffries played basketball for the Indiana University Hoosiers, where he played for two years before forgoing his junior and senior years to enter the NBA draft.
Jeffries was recruited by Bob Knight. Jeffries was a key cog in the Hoosiers' Cinderella run to the 2002 NCAA title game. Against #1 Duke in the East Regional Semifinals, Jeffries had 24 points and 15 rebounds to lead IU to a 74-73 upset victory. Jeffries received the 2002 Silver Basketball from the Chicago Tribune as the Most Valuable Player of the Big Ten. Jeffries was selected by the Washington Wizards with the 11th pick in the 2002 NBA draft; as a lottery-level pick, Jeffries received a guaranteed three-year contract with the Wizards. Jeffries appeared in 20 games alongside Michael Jordan during his rookie season, cut short when he tore his ACL during practice. However, he appeared in all 82 games during his sophomore season and was a regular starter during the 2004–05 season. On October 31, 2004, the Wizards exercised a contract option to keep Jeffries with the team through the 2005–06 season; the New York Knicks signed Jeffries on August 8, 2006 after the Washington Wizards declined to match the Knicks' offer.
Shortly before the 2006 season, Jeffries suffered a wrist injury and missed the first 23 games of the season. On December 16, 2006, Jeffries was involved in the Knicks–Nuggets brawl, he was suspended for four games. On February 18, 2010, he was traded to the Houston Rockets along with Jordan Hill as part of a three team trade which sent Tracy McGrady to the New York Knicks. Jeffries agreed to a buyout with the Rockets on February 25, 2011. On March 1, 2011, Jeffries rejoined the Knicks. On July 16, 2012, Dan Gadzuric, the rights to Greek forward Giorgos Printezis and the 48th pick in the 2012 NBA draft, Kostas Papanikolaou, a 2016 second round pick were traded to the Portland Trail Blazers for Kurt Thomas and Raymond Felton. On April 18, 2013, the Trail Blazers announced. In September 2013, Jeffries retired from the NBA in conjunction with accepting a front office position with the Denver Nuggets as a pro personnel scout. In April 2016, Jeffries was promoted to Director of Player Personnel for the Nuggets.
In July 2017, Jeffries was named President of Echo Fox, an eSports organization founded by former NBA player Rick Fox In the summer of 2011, Jeffries starred in a dramatic production of Our Town by Thornton Wilder, alongside former Wizards teammates Gilbert Arenas and Etan Thomas, as well as former Boost Mobile spokesman Faizon Love. During the summer of 2013, Jeffries began filming as the host of a fishing television series documenting his fishing adventures around the world; the show, Modern Fishing with Jared Jeffries, premiered December 30, 2013 on the Outdoor Channel and is now in its fourth season. Career statistics and player information from Basketball-Reference.com ESPN.com profile
Saitama is the capital and the most populous city of Saitama Prefecture, Japan. Its area incorporates the former cities of Urawa, Ōmiya and Iwatsuki, it is a city designated by government ordinance. Being in the Greater Tokyo Area and lying 15 to 30 kilometres north of central Tokyo, many of its residents commute into Tokyo; as of 1 February 2016, the city had an estimated population of 1,226,656, a population density of 5830 persons per km². Its total area is 217.43 square kilometres. The city was founded on May 1, 2001, was designated on April 1, 2003 as a government ordinance. For the histories of Urawa, Ōmiya and Yono before the merger, see: Urawa-ku, Saitama Ōmiya-ku, Saitama and Yono, respectively. On April 1, 2005, Saitama absorbed the city of Iwatsuki to its east, which became a new ward, Iwatsuki-ku; the name "Saitama" comes from the Sakitama District of what is now the city of Gyōda in the northern part of what is now known as Saitama Prefecture. "Sakitama" has an ancient history and is mentioned in the famous 8th century poetry anthology Man'yōshū.
The pronunciation has changed from Sakitama to Saitama over the years. With the merger of Urawa, Ōmiya, Yono it was decided that a new name, one fitting for this newly created prefectural capital, was needed; the prefectural name "Saitama" was changed from kanji into hiragana, thus Saitama City was born. It is the only prefectural capital in Japan whose name is always written in hiragana, belongs to the list of hiragana cities. However, Saitama written in hiragana finished in second place in public polling to Saitama written in kanji. Despite this, government officials decided to name the new city Saitama in hiragana, not kanji. In third place in the poll was Ōmiya. In fourth was Saitama, written with an alternative kanji for "sai" which means "colorful"; the "sai" used in the prefectural name is a rare form of a common character that means'cape' or'promontory'. The city is located 20 to 30 km north of central Tokyo at the center of the Kantō Plain. Situated in the center of Saitama Prefecture, the city is topographically comprised by lowlands and plateaus, at less than 20 m above sea level, with no mountain ranges or hills within the city boundaries.
The western portion of the city lies on the lowland created by the Arakawa River along with those created by small rivers such as the Moto-Arakawa River, Shiba River, Ayase River. The rest of the area resides on the Ōmiya Plateau lying in the north-south direction. Dispersed in this region, major rivers flow southward paralleling to one another. Saitama Prefecture Ageo Hasuda Shiraoka Asaka Kawaguchi Toda Warabi Koshigaya Kasukabe Kawagoe Shiki Fujimi Saitama has ten wards, which were assigned official colours as of April 2005: Saitama's economy is principally constituted by commercial business; the city is one of many commercial centers of the Greater Tokyo area and serves Saitama Prefecture, North Kanto, northeast Honshu. Saitama is home to various manufacturers, exporting automotive, optical and pharmaceutical products. Calsonic Kansei, a global automotive company is headquartered in the city. Iwatsuki is famous for manufacturing of ornate kabuto. Representative station is Urawa Station. Saitama is a regional transportation hub for both passengers and freight train lines.
Ōmiya Station, part of the Shinkansen high-speed train network, serves as the biggest railway hub in the prefecture. The closest major airports are Haneda Airport and Narita International Airport, both about two hours away. Honda Airport in Okegawa offers no scheduled transport services. Commuter helicopter flights to Narita Airport are offered from Kawajima. ■ East Japan Railway Company ■ Tōhoku, Yamagata, Jōetsu and Hokuriku Shinkansen Ōmiya ■ Utsunomiya Line Urawa - Saitama-Shintoshin - Ōmiya - Toro - Higashi-Ōmiya ■ Takasaki Line Urawa - Saitama-Shintoshin - Ōmiya - Miyahara ■ Keihin-Tōhoku Line Minami-Urawa - Urawa - Kita-Urawa - Yono - Saitama-Shintoshin - Ōmiya ■ Saikyō Line Musashi-Urawa - Naka-Urawa - Minami-Yono - Yonohommachi - Kita-Yono - Ōmiya ■ Musashino Line Nishi-Urawa - Musashi-Urawa - Minami-Urawa - Higashi-Urawa ■ Kawagoe Line Ōmiya - Nisshin - Nishi-Ōmiya - Sashiōgi■ Saitama Rapid Railway Line Urawa Misono■ Tobu Urban Park Line Ōmiya - Kita-Ōmiya - Ōmiya-kōen - Ōwada - Nanasato - Iwatsuki - Higashi-Iwatsuki■ Saitama New Urban Transit Ōmiya - Tetsudō-Hakubutsukan - Kamonomiya - Higashi-Miyahara - Konba - Yoshinohara Tohoku Expressway Tokyo Gaikan Expressway Shuto Expressway National Route 16 National Route 17 National Route 122 National Route 293 National Route 463 The executive mayor, directly elected, is Sōichi Aikawa, an independent backed by the Liberal Democratic Party and Komeito.
On May 24, 2009, Aikawa lost his bid for reelection against Hayato Shimizu, backed by the opposition DPJ. The city assembly of Saitama has 64 elected members. Saitama mayoral election, 2005 Mejiro University Nihon University Faculty of Law The Open University of Japan Omiya Study Center Saitama University Shibaura Institute of Technology University of Human Arts and Sciences Urawa University Nippon Institute of Technology Kokusai Gakuin Saitama Junior College Urawa University Junior College Omiya Law School Saitama was one of the host cities for the playoffs and the final of the official 2006 Basketball World Championship, it is home
Mike Dunleavy Jr.
Michael Joseph Dunleavy Jr. is an American former professional basketball player, a pro scout for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association. He played for the Golden State Warriors, Indiana Pacers, Milwaukee Bucks, Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers, he is the son of long-time NBA player and former NBA head coach Mike Dunleavy Sr. As a 1999 graduate of Jesuit High School in Beaverton, Dunleavy led them to the 1999 4A State Boys Basketball Championship over North Salem High School, 65–38. Dunleavy attended the University School of Milwaukee for his freshman year, Homestead High School in Mequon, Wisconsin for his sophomore year. Dunleavy played at Duke University from 1999–2002; as a sophomore, he played on Duke's national championship team and scored a team-high 21 points in the title game, including 3 three-pointers during a decisive 11–2 second-half Duke run. As a junior, Dunleavy was a first-team NABC All-American, averaging 17.3 points per game and 7.2 rebounds per game for the 31–4 Blue Devils.
In 2001–02, Jay Williams, Carlos Boozer each scored at least 600 points for the season, a feat only matched at Duke by Jon Scheyer, Kyle Singler, Nolan Smith in the 2009–10 season. Dunleavy was selected by the Golden State Warriors third overall in the 2002 NBA draft. In November 2005, the Warriors signed Dunleavy to a 5-year, $44 million contract extension; the Warriors' general manager Chris Mullin said, "The way Mike performed, the way he conducted himself and the way we run our organization, we both felt it was something that we wanted." The deal has drawn criticism from fans, though, in light of the other large contracts that the Warriors franchise has signed, including Adonal Foyle and Derek Fisher. During the 2005–06 season, Dunleavy lost his starting role as small forward for a number of games, due to a shooting slump, he won back the starting job in the season and was expected to start at his new position of power forward for the 2006–07 season. Some early struggles, prompted Warriors head coach Don Nelson to send Dunleavy back to the bench, juggling his lineup in search of better team chemistry and winning results.
On January 17, 2007, Dunleavy was dealt to the Indiana Pacers along with teammates Troy Murphy, Ike Diogu, Keith McLeod for Stephen Jackson, Al Harrington, Šarūnas Jasikevičius, Josh Powell. In his first full season with the Pacers, Dunleavy started all 82 games and averaged a career-high 19.1 points per game. During the 2010–2011 season, the Indiana Pacers advanced to the NBA playoffs for the first time since 2006 thanks to an end of the season win over the Washington Wizards coupled with a Charlotte Bobcats loss to the Orlando Magic. Dunleavy scored 14 points in the 136–112 victory. Dunleavy ended his career playoff drought of 9 years and 624 games, he was the second active leader in this category behind former Warriors and Pacers teammate Troy Murphy, who ended his drought as a part of the Boston Celtics. Chris Wilcox of the Boston Celtics now holds the record. Following the 2011 NBA lockout, Dunleavy signed a two-year, $7.5 million contract with the Milwaukee Bucks on December 10. His best game as a Buck came on November 3, 2012 when he recorded 29 points and 12 rebounds against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
On July 10, 2013, Dunleavy signed with the Chicago Bulls, on a reported two-year deal worth about $6 million. On April 25, 2014, Dunleavy set a playoff career-high 35 points including a franchise playoff record for most three-point field goals with 8 against the Washington Wizards in game three of their 2014 NBA Playoffs first round match-up, which the Bulls won 100–97. Dunleavy injured his right ankle against the Denver Nuggets on January 1, 2015 and was sidelined for over a month. On July 14, 2015, Dunleavy re-signed with the Bulls to a reported three-year, $14.4 million contract. After missing the Bulls' first 16 games of the season due to a back injury, he was ruled out for a further four-to-six weeks on December 3 due to the injury requiring additional rehabilitation. On February 1, 2016, using the flexible assignment rule, Dunleavy was assigned to the Santa Cruz Warriors, the D-League affiliate of the Golden State Warriors, with the goal to practice there during the Bulls' West Coast road trip.
Two days he was recalled by the Bulls. On February 6, Dunleavy made his season debut for the Bulls after missing the first 49 games, he played 14 minutes and scored five points in a 112–105 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves. On July 7, 2016, Dunleavy was traded, along with the rights to Vladimir Veremeenko, to the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for the rights to Albert Miralles, he made his debut for the Cavaliers in the team's season opener on October 25, 2016 against the New York Knicks. In 22 minutes off the bench, he recorded four points, four rebounds, two assists and three steals in a 117–88 win. On December 23, 2016, he scored a season-high 14 points in a 119–99 win over the Brooklyn Nets. On January 7, 2017, Dunleavy was traded, along with Mo Williams and a future first-round draft pick, to the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for Kyle Korver. After refusing to report to the Hawks while seeking a buyout of his contract, Dunleavy changed his mind and agreed to join the Hawks. On January 10, he reported to the team and passed his physical.
Three days he made his debut for the Hawks, scoring six points on a pair of three-pointers in a 103–101 loss to the Boston Celtics. On January 15, he scored 20 points off the bench in a 111–98 win over the Milwaukee Bucks, it was his first 20-point performance since a first-round playoff game for Chicago on April 30, 2015. On March 3, 2017, Dunleavy was diagnosed with right ankle synovitis, he returned to action on March 22 against Washington after a 13-game injury layoff. O